Free Dining in 2020 + €100 Gift card + 20% off Room Booking (e.g. 2A 2C 2 nights Santa Fe hotel + park entry £1147.06) @ Disneyland Paris
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Free Dining in 2020 + €100 Gift card + 20% off Room Booking (e.g. 2A 2C 2 nights Santa Fe hotel + park entry £1147.06) @ Disneyland Paris

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Refreshed 30th Oct (Posted 29th Oct)Expires on 13/02/2020
Some great promotions in place for 2020 visits to Disneyland Paris. Anyone who's visited knows that food can add a considerable amount on to your holiday cost, so this should really help out if you are looking to book next year!







Example based on 2 adults & 2 children staying for 2 nights at Disney Hotel Santa Fe from the 3rd to 5th of April 2020, includes 3 days parks tickets and 2 nights.

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Make big savings when you book a Spring/Summer 2020 package that includes one of our FREE Disney Dining Plans. Book by 29th December 2019 for Spring arrivals and 12th February 2020 for Summer arrivals to also benefit from up to 20% off your room booking plus €100 worth of Disney Spending Money.



Enjoy FREE Disney Dining and Drinks in 2020Everyone on your booking dines for FREE during their stay at Disneyland Paris when you book a Disney Hotel and Disney Nature Resort.

This offer is available for Spring arrivals from 2nd April 2020 – 2nd July 2020 if you book by 29th December 2019 and for Summer arrivals from 3rd July 2020 – 1st November 2020 if you book by 12th February 2020.

When staying in a Disney Hotel or at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch the offer is available on a 2, 3, or 4+ night package and if staying at Les Villages Nature Paris, the offer is available for a minimum of 2 nights and a maximum of 7 nights. All packages booked at Les Villages Nature Paris include a maximum of 2 days in the Disney Parks only.



Free Breakfast

When you stay at Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne or Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe, you can enjoy free breakfast at the buffet of your Disney Hotel.



Free Breakfast and Lunch or Dinner

If you stay at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch, Disney’s Sequoia Lodge, Disney’s Newport Bay Club or Disney’s Hotel New York – the Art of Marvel, you can enjoy free breakfast at the buffet of your Disney Hotel and then you can choose from either lunch or dinner for each night of your stay.

If you stay at Les Villages Nature Paris you can benefit from free breakfast in a counter restaurant per day of your visit to the Disney Parks and you can then choose either one free lunch or dinner voucher at selected Disney Restaurants per day of your visit to the Disney Parks.
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Trust me when I say it's not worth paying this much for 2 nights, I used to pay this or less for 4 nights, prices have gone crazy for Disneyland paris, over £500 per night is not a deal imo
Save up for Disney world so much better
Think we paid 1100 for 5 nights half board and Eurostar and park tickets 2a 1c is this a deal?
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Annam201131/10/2019 16:18

They missed one day of school.


Not too bad I've never had to worry about these things till now my oldest is 5 so have to consider school holidays which is a bummer
floz31/10/2019 16:18

Thanks. Are there any groups that are better than others? I bet there are …Thanks. Are there any groups that are better than others? I bet there are a fair few!


Magic breaks have a Facebook page which is worth following and then there is a page called disneyland paris for Brits which has so much information and you can ask loads of questions to ideas for things.
Annam201131/10/2019 16:21

Magic breaks have a Facebook page which is worth following and then there …Magic breaks have a Facebook page which is worth following and then there is a page called disneyland paris for Brits which has so much information and you can ask loads of questions to ideas for things.


Really appreciate that. Thanks!
MoneyEyes29/10/2019 17:17

Trust me when I say it's not worth paying this much for 2 nights, I used …Trust me when I say it's not worth paying this much for 2 nights, I used to pay this or less for 4 nights, prices have gone crazy for Disneyland paris, over £500 per night is not a deal imo

Yeah, for a European break for only 2 nights this is a total rip off. Absolute joke. If anyone goes for this they're nuts!
I don’t understand how this is so hot, genuinely feel like I’m missing something? Booked for January 3 nights / 4 days in parks with the recent deal that was on here and that was something like £530 with the ferry included
Crazy prices, Don't forget to factor around £100 for the ferry, £40 tolls, plus car costs at 45p a mile in reality - £360 for me. So costs me £500 to get to DLP. Exchange rate is poor, everything will cost a fortune, queues will be long and the whole place is in need of TLC.

Save for a proper holiday in Florida, it will be cheaper per day if you book a nice 14 day holiday.
MoneyEyes29/10/2019 17:17

Trust me when I say it's not worth paying this much for 2 nights, I used …Trust me when I say it's not worth paying this much for 2 nights, I used to pay this or less for 4 nights, prices have gone crazy for Disneyland paris, over £500 per night is not a deal imo


Totally agree!!
Azwipe29/10/2019 19:13

It's costing us £294 per night for 3A & 1C at Disney Coronado Springs …It's costing us £294 per night for 3A & 1C at Disney Coronado Springs (moderate resort) including parks and quick dining plan (2 meals, 2 snacks and drinks). Nearly 50% less than this deal per night with a much better dining plan and Florida weather & hospitality.


Same here...we got a $200 gift card and dining for same price as you staying at Coronado (and during school holidays) Plus WDW dining plan is vast compared to the limited choices at DLP.

I would never pay £1147 (before travel) for 2 nights in the Santa Fe. The €100 gift card won't get you far and dining limited. Terrible deal. Personally I'd wait for 'free nights' deal when it comes to DLP and pay as you go on food.
What a rip off and for what.
Stevelow_21231/10/2019 16:07

I'd heard that booking through the French site is cheaper can anyone …I'd heard that booking through the French site is cheaper can anyone confirm?


I’ve done the Spanish one in the pst
steveieboy131/10/2019 11:44

My wife is a teacher so best not go off sick for 2 weeks! I collect air …My wife is a teacher so best not go off sick for 2 weeks! I collect air miles so can get the flights for £800 in taxes/fees for all 4 of us but the hotel/villa is £2k, car hire £500 and park tickets £1,500 hence my £5k comment. I doubt you'd get it much cheaper.25% off the park tickets is the best I've seen.



Park tickets are cheaper in the US, and the concierges at hotels can usually do you a good deal and prevent you buying multiple overlapping tickets you will never use. Unless you are doing only Disney or only Universal and nothing else it's not good value if you do something more sanity inducing.

Four flights for my trip out in a few weeks was only 900 all economy, although we got better flights so it came out more. But accommodation on the back end of the US off season is really cheap and we're getting basically $100 a night. A week at the parks for us is currently looking like about $800 doing the big three of Bush, Disney and Universal. Thats not much more than 2k and that's for a week of parks and fortnight away not the couple of days of the deal.

Villas these days aren't cheap, they used to be the cheapest option, but the hotels have driven costs down. And if you aren't in Orlando the whole time it's way way cheaper, and it's almost never cheaper to fly to Orlando, do Miami or Tampa and save your money.
smckirdy31/10/2019 19:22

Park tickets are cheaper in the US, and the concierges at hotels can …Park tickets are cheaper in the US, and the concierges at hotels can usually do you a good deal and prevent you buying multiple overlapping tickets you will never use. Unless you are doing only Disney or only Universal and nothing else it's not good value if you do something more sanity inducing. Four flights for my trip out in a few weeks was only 900 all economy, although we got better flights so it came out more. But accommodation on the back end of the US off season is really cheap and we're getting basically $100 a night. A week at the parks for us is currently looking like about $800 doing the big three of Bush, Disney and Universal. Thats not much more than 2k and that's for a week of parks and fortnight away not the couple of days of the deal.Villas these days aren't cheap, they used to be the cheapest option, but the hotels have driven costs down. And if you aren't in Orlando the whole time it's way way cheaper, and it's almost never cheaper to fly to Orlando, do Miami or Tampa and save your money.


What dates that’s bordering on affordable for me?
smckirdy31/10/2019 19:22

Park tickets are cheaper in the US, and the concierges at hotels can …Park tickets are cheaper in the US, and the concierges at hotels can usually do you a good deal and prevent you buying multiple overlapping tickets you will never use. Unless you are doing only Disney or only Universal and nothing else it's not good value if you do something more sanity inducing. Four flights for my trip out in a few weeks was only 900 all economy, although we got better flights so it came out more. But accommodation on the back end of the US off season is really cheap and we're getting basically $100 a night. A week at the parks for us is currently looking like about $800 doing the big three of Bush, Disney and Universal. Thats not much more than 2k and that's for a week of parks and fortnight away not the couple of days of the deal.Villas these days aren't cheap, they used to be the cheapest option, but the hotels have driven costs down. And if you aren't in Orlando the whole time it's way way cheaper, and it's almost never cheaper to fly to Orlando, do Miami or Tampa and save your money.


I thought you were flying premium and business? We fly into Tampa as Orlando is a nightmare.

I think the best price for a 2 bed condo style villa was around £100 a night and that was November. It was nice and warm when we went in November. We went in March this year and it was cold.
I think this is really expensive. Went last June for £1k 2 a+2c for 4 nights half board at Newport bay. Prices must have shot up over the last year.
It's not such a great deal, we went this summer and booked back end of last year with the 2 nights free promotion which was much cheaper when going for 5 nights. I'm pretty sure this is the deal with the greatest savings.

However I did a cost analysis of the half board plus, having free breakfast and dinner every day. You don't really save much and you are limited with menu choices and then end up having to pay extra for better food. It's a shame all the Disney deals include the half board Plus, they say it's free but it's not really. I'd rather book without it if I can.
BTW, I don't know when you were all last in the States, but prices for food and drink are rising there, year on year. I was there in Florida in July 2017 doing a Disney and Universal 3 week stay and staying in a villa, and dining out was very expensive and so was drinks (soft and alcoholic), I don't do fast food joints day and night.
This year I've been in New York, LA and Vegas and the prices there are even more ridiculous (yeah I didnt expect Vegas or NY to be particular cheap either). So my point is, it's not just DLP and France that is getting more expenisive.
steveieboy131/10/2019 19:31

I thought you were flying premium and business? We fly into Tampa as …I thought you were flying premium and business? We fly into Tampa as Orlando is a nightmare.I think the best price for a 2 bed condo style villa was around £100 a night and that was November. It was nice and warm when we went in November. We went in March this year and it was cold.


We are, but I budgeted for economy originally, the premium and business were cheap enough to make the jump

Post Thanksgiving is fairly cheap and the weather's good. But been all seasons courtesy of being formerly expat. Suites are a bit cheaper than villas and condos in November at the moment, plenty deals of you shop around and aren't fussy about staying in one place.

Swings and roundabouts, but having a good nose for deals helps, and flexibility saves a huge amount of money.
Fergie06931/10/2019 20:37

BTW, I don't know when you were all last in the States, but prices for …BTW, I don't know when you were all last in the States, but prices for food and drink are rising there, year on year. I was there in Florida in July 2017 doing a Disney and Universal 3 week stay and staying in a villa, and dining out was very expensive and so was drinks (soft and alcoholic), I don't do fast food joints day and night.This year I've been in New York, LA and Vegas and the prices there are even more ridiculous (yeah I didnt expect Vegas or NY to be particular cheap either). So my point is, it's not just DLP and France that is getting more expenisive.


Due to exchange rate differences or just general?
Parfy31/10/2019 16:32

I don’t understand how this is so hot, genuinely feel like I’m missing som …I don’t understand how this is so hot, genuinely feel like I’m missing something? Booked for January 3 nights / 4 days in parks with the recent deal that was on here and that was something like £530 with the ferry included


That was January!

I've booked february half term for 4 nights, 5 days, park tickets, same hotel as above and ferry for £1400. Not sure if a deal.
rachel84229/10/2019 20:16

I’ve just paid £1,300 for three nights at Sequoia Lodge, HB+, 4 day park ti …I’ve just paid £1,300 for three nights at Sequoia Lodge, HB+, 4 day park tickets and return flights from NCL at end of March, 2A+1C. This seems a better deal to me!


I've paid 1400 for 5 nights, ferry and 5 day tickets.
naqvial31/10/2019 22:47

I've paid 1400 for 5 nights, ferry and 5 day tickets.


Fab price 🏼
Save for Disney World in Florida. Little more expensive but you get far more for your money. 2 nights for this price is a lot. We paid £5.5k for 2 weeks staying in a Disney hotel, dining plan and 14 day disney park tickets. I know it's more money but worth every single penny. It's a place words cannot describe, I would love to go back tomorrow but got to save. Would rather save for that than this. Totally appreciate not everyone can afford £5.5k for a holiday and I ain't made of money but there are also a lot cheaper ways to do Florida too, plus a lot more to offer than Paris.
Edited by: "ryshaz" 31st Oct
Why would anyone want to go to Disneyland?? Especially when you are talking this sort of money.

Give the kids a real holiday away from the crowds for far less money
Stevelow_21231/10/2019 21:20

Due to exchange rate differences or just general?


Generally everything is more expensive, even going to the outlets to get what used to be bargain clothes, lots of merchandise are in many cases more expensive than the uk. Buying food in places like Walmart, I’ve noticed s huge jump. The poor exchange rate just means it costs us more to buy what is more expensive already.
smckirdy31/10/2019 20:41

We are, but I budgeted for economy originally, the premium and business …We are, but I budgeted for economy originally, the premium and business were cheap enough to make the jumpPost Thanksgiving is fairly cheap and the weather's good. But been all seasons courtesy of being formerly expat. Suites are a bit cheaper than villas and condos in November at the moment, plenty deals of you shop around and aren't fussy about staying in one place.Swings and roundabouts, but having a good nose for deals helps, and flexibility saves a huge amount of money.


Nice, we flew business with BA in March and got the new cabin and we arrived it better shape as kids could have a little sleep and we had space. Next time it's at the back unfortunately.

I'm trying to save enough hotel credit card points for the 2 weeks then flights are £800, use points for car hire and park tickets probably would have gone up to £2k by then! Cheapest 2 week holiday for 4 in August is 5k all in, you can't find any deals on school holidays really.
Azwipe29/10/2019 19:13

It's costing us £294 per night for 3A & 1C at Disney Coronado Springs …It's costing us £294 per night for 3A & 1C at Disney Coronado Springs (moderate resort) including parks and quick dining plan (2 meals, 2 snacks and drinks). Nearly 50% less than this deal per night with a much better dining plan and Florida weather & hospitality.


Who did you book with?
Blake_Gaggles01/11/2019 05:40

Why would anyone want to go to Disneyland?? Especially when you are …Why would anyone want to go to Disneyland?? Especially when you are talking this sort of money.Give the kids a real holiday away from the crowds for far less money


Such as??
Never again. Treated like cattle, most expensive day we’ve had queuing and receiving really slow service from often rude staff.

Only saving grace was the kids loved it.
Comments wondering why Disneyland Paris deals have gotten so much more expensive over the past two years or so... We use pounds, they use euros. Your pound doesn't buy what it used to
xJayJayx8931/10/2019 14:50

That’s so expensive for 2 nights, I go 4 times per year for 4 nightsand it …That’s so expensive for 2 nights, I go 4 times per year for 4 nightsand it doesn’t even cost me that total! The Disneyland Paris hotels aren’t great either it’s cheaper to stay offsite which is the same journey time as the “on site” hotels (which aren’t on site) and the hotels all provide free shuttles. as for the Florida comments we go once per year and pay around 3k (maybe 3.5 at a push) for 3 weeks including park tickets (disney parks,universal and Busch gardens), fully covered car hire, flights and accommodation. I agree I’d rather do WDW.


How'd you manage that?!
Found invoice for 4 nights Sequoia November 2015. Same thing next year is £1000. It does now include half board and 100 euros so call it 900. With exchange rates and inflation and now dinners included that's probably about right. It isn't the same as Florida but for a short fun break I think it's good. Wish it was in Spain rather than Paris!
I go 1-2 times a year and stay in the Disney,and Hotel (I have mobility issues so it’s just nice to stay close) but boy even with the deal this has leapt up. First time I’m considering a fortnight in Florida rather than drop 4K for us four for 5 days there.
P.s. don’t even consider Santa Fe, it’s an absolute dump.
Looking up a 3 day DLP ticket for 2A2C , it's £626. So they're charging £520 for the hotel plus €100 gift card. I believe the included breakfast is continental only and you don't get lunch or dinner with the Santa Fe.

It actually looks cheaper to buy the park tickets and hotel Separately on external sites
ryshaz31/10/2019 23:28

Save for Disney World in Florida. Little more expensive but you get far …Save for Disney World in Florida. Little more expensive but you get far more for your money. 2 nights for this price is a lot. We paid £5.5k for 2 weeks staying in a Disney hotel, dining plan and 14 day disney park tickets. I know it's more money but worth every single penny. It's a place words cannot describe, I would love to go back tomorrow but got to save. Would rather save for that than this. Totally appreciate not everyone can afford £5.5k for a holiday and I ain't made of money but there are also a lot cheaper ways to do Florida too, plus a lot more to offer than Paris.


Does that include flights/travel? I’ve never been able to price a holiday for 2A and 2C for less than £7.5k. People who bang on about saving for Florida tend to be showing off because it really isn’t affordable for most families. DLP is a great place to visit for those who love Disney and can’t afford a £7k holiday.
Edited by: "nozza78" 3rd Nov
nozza7803/11/2019 16:30

Does that include flights/travel? I’ve never been able to price a holiday f …Does that include flights/travel? I’ve never been able to price a holiday for 2A and 2C for less than £7.5k. People who bang on about saving for Florida tend to be showing off because it really isn’t affordable for most families. DLP is a great place to visit for those who love Disney and can’t afford a £7k holiday.


Yes flights with Virgin Atlantic actually whole package was through Virgin. 3 of us only, 2A 1C so would be slightly cheaper. I ain't no show off either as I said I ain't made of money but we looked at Paris and considering the price vs length of stay opted to save a little longer/harder and opt for Florida. It's a personal opinion at the end of the day but I couldn't justify paying the price for Paris. Paris probably is a great place. Also it can be done cheaper than what we paid for Florida buying separately. Main thing I want to point out though is that it isn't showing off going to florida, Disneyland Paris is expensive vs length of stay. Didn't think hard work and saving was showing off, I work a regular job but was determined to go. It's all opinion though mate.
For those saying to do Florida for not much more is a bit of an exageration. I've done Florida on the 'cheap' 3 times in the last 5 years and it isn't cheap For 2 adults and to kids
Disney tickets are £379 each. That's 1500 there For a family of 4

Flights vary from 300 each to much more but the average I've paid is 500 each. 2k there.

Universal ? £280 each. Another 1k

I wouldn't bother with seaword but another 400 there which will include bush gardens.

Hotel or villa? You can get a good villa for around 500 per week. Another 1k

Car hire is cheap if you do your own insurance, but say 300 for two weeks plus fuel say another 150. Close to 500.

And then you've got food costs. Even eating at the villa or self catering is expensive, and even though weve done that you still end up with spending a small fortune on drinks, snacks or meals out. Another 500 at least.

You also won't leave Disney without buying gifts...or the outlet stores. Expect another 100 to 200 if your careful!

You won't do it for much less than 7k. I've tried being tight but you just end up spanking the credit card!

The Paris deal still doesn't look great when you compare it to 14 days. But don't expect to go to Florida for the same amount
lukeo4401/11/2019 08:07

Such as??


I just picked up 2 weeks in The Comoros for probably half the price.
I paid £905 for 4 of us, stayed at Dream Castle hotel with breakfast for 4 nights and 5 days, both parks tickets, during Easter holidays 4 years ago...

I will never pay this money for 2 nights and stay at Santa Fe hotel.
This is not a deal - yes the meal plan included is good but we paid this for 4nts/5days!!!
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